CODES Online Short Course: Ore Deposit Geochemistry, Hydrology and Geochronology

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CODES Online Short Course: Ore Deposit Geochemistry, Hydrology and Geochronology

DATE-TIME

Date(s) - Monday, 31/05/2021 - Friday, 09/07/2021
9:00 am - 6:00 pm AEDT

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MASTER OF ECONOMIC GEOLOGY SHORT COURSE

Ore Deposit Geochemistry, Hydrology and Geochronology


 

Date & Time

Week 1: May 31-June 5, 2021
Week 2: July 5-9, 2021


 
The CODES Ore Deposit Geochemistry, Hydrology and Geochronology short course will run this year over two separate weeks:
Week 1: Ore Deposit Geochemistry, Hydrology and Geochronology
Week 2: Ore Deposit Geochemistry, Hydrology and Geochronology


 
CODES’ Master of Economic Geology short course on Ore Deposit Geochemistry, Hydrology and Geochronology, is presented by a range of CODES and invited experts. It provides an up-to-date review of the theory and practice of geochemistry, hydrology and geochronology as applied to studies of mineral exploration and ore deposit genesis. The first week covers basic principles of ore fluid chemistry, the use of magmatic minerals and whole rock geochemistry in exploration, geochronology, granite metallogeny, advanced geochemical exploration techniques and the uses of pyrite in mineral exploration (using samples provided by short course participants). The second week covers fluid-rock interaction and the physical hydrology of fracture-controlled hydrothermal systems, mass balance calculations from lithogeochemical data, stable isotope and fluid inclusions applications for exploration, and alteration mineral chemistry vectoring in porphyry and epithermal environments.


 

PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

WEEK 1: May 31—June 5
Monday May 31 Transport and deposition of metals from hydrothermal fluids-implications for ore formation and exploration
PANEL DISCUSSION: How understanding metal transport
can influence exploration models
PRESENTERS: David Cooke
PANELISTS: David Cooke, Scott Halley, TBA
Tuesday June 1 SYMPOSIUM: Magmatic indicator minerals—exploration and research applications for magmatic and hydrothermal ore deposits
PANEL DISCUSSION 1: Indicator minerals for magmatic and hydrothermal ore deposits: zircon, apatite and magnetite
PANEL DISCUSSION 2: Porphyry indicator minerals: zircon, monazite and titanite
PRESENTERS: Mike Baker, Farhad Bouzari, Sarah Dare, Christian Ihlenfeld, Robert Lee, Christopher Leslie, Matt Loader, Yongjun Lu, Sebastien Meffre
PANELISTS (AM): Farhad Bouzari, Sarah Dare, Robert Lee, Christopher Leslie
PANELISTS (PM): Christian Ihlenfeld, Yongjun Lu, Matt Loader
Wednesday June 2 Radiometric dating and igneous geochemistry for exploration PRESENTERS: Mike Baker, Rob Creaser, Fred Jourdan, Bob Loucks, Sebastien Meffre
Thursday June 3 Granites and granite metallogeny PRESENTERS: Phil Blevin, Lesley Wyborn
Friday June 4 Enhanced geochemical exploration PRESENTER: Scott Halley
Saturday June 5 Application of pyrite trace element chemistry to studies of ore deposit genesis and mineral exploration PRESENTER: Robert Scott, Leonid Danyushevsky, Jeff Steadman
WEEK 2: July 5-9
Monday July 5 Fluid-rock interaction and the physical hydrology of fracture-controlled hydrothermal systems PRESENTERS: Nick Oliver, Stephen Cox
Tuesday July 6 AM: Structural controls on precious metal deposit types in different tectonic settings: comparative case studies
PANEL DISCUSSION: Structural controls on fluid flow in hydrothermal systems
PM: Mass balance calculations from whole rock geochemical data
PRESENTER (AM): Dave Rhys
PANELISTS (AM): Stephen Cox, Nick Oliver,
Dave Rhys
PRESENTER (PM): Robert Scot
Wednesday July 7 Stable isotopes and fluid inclusions—applications for
mineral exploration and ore genesis
PRESENTERS: Shaun Barker, David Cooke
Thursday July 8 Mineral chemistry vectoring in porphyry and epithermal
environments
PRESENTERS: David Cooke, Matthew Cracknell, Lejun Zhang
Friday July 9 Minerals Geoscience Masters (MGM) Student presentations and wrap-up PRESENTERS: Students

 

REGISTRATION FEES

All fees are in Australian dollars (AUD) and include GST.
Minerals Geoscience Masters Program (MGM) Students:
Full course (free)- University of Tasmania enrolled
Full course (free)- University of Western Australia enrolled

Industry Participants:
Full course ($3,300)*
_ days at $550/day (maximum charge 6 days)
Magmatic Indicator Minerals Symposium only ($550)
CODES Staff/Students:
Short course classes (free)
Other Full-time Students:
Full course ($550)
Magmatic Indicator Minerals Symposium only ($90)

 

Registration

REGISTRATION FORM

Registrations are due by 21st of May, 2021. Full payment must be received by 27th of May, 2021.